5 years old baby

Question: My baby is very thin...he looks very weak

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Answer: Hello dear. If your bqby's weight is as per the standard and ur baby js active and eating priperly then there is nothing to be worried. However if your baby is underweight then I am sharing a diet chart for 5 yr old to help you with. Ensuring a healthy diet for your 5-year-old might not always be easy. After all, toddlers are known to be fussy eaters. But you might find inspiration for dishes your child will enjoy with our sample vegetarian meal plan for a 5-year-old. Monday Breakfast: Cucumber (kheera) sandwich, Glass of milk Lunch: Tomato (tamatar) rice, Cauliflower (gobhi), Rasam, Curd Evening snack: Banana (kela) Dinner: Lamb's quarters (bathua) dal, Beans, Chapati Tuesday Breakfast: Wheat porridge (daliya) with raisins (kishmish) and walnuts (akhrot), Glass of milk Lunch: Chickpea (chhola) curry,Carrot (gajar) and pea (matar) sabzi, Rice, Curd Evening snack: Mango (aam) Dinner: Mushroom (kumbh) and paneer curry, Rice, Curd Wednesday Breakfast: Idli with sambhar, Glass of buttermilk Lunch: Lemon (nimbu) rice, Coconut (nariyal) and bean sabzi, Curd Evening snack: Orange (santara) Dinner: Brown lentil (masoor) dal, Pointed gourd (parwal) sabzi, Chapati, Pomegranate (anaar) raita Thursday Breakfast: Fenugreek (methi) paranthawith curd, Glass of milk Lunch: Vegetable pulao, Pineapple (annanas) raita Evening snack: Apple (seb) Dinner: Green banana (kachcha kela) kofta curry, Paneer and capsicum (shimla mirch) sabzi, Rice Friday Breakfast: Semolina (suji) upma with beans, carrots (gajar) and coconut (nariyal),Glass of buttermilk Lunch: Kidney beans (rajma), Okra (bhindi), Cumin (jeera) rice, Curd Evening snack: Guava (amrood) Dinner: Vegetable stew, Appam Saturday Breakfast: Moong dal cheela with curd, Glass of milk Lunch: Besan (gatta) curry, Round gourd (tinda) sabzi, Rice, Curd Evening snack: Pear (nashpati) Dinner: Potato (aloo) and pea (matar)curry, Pumpkin (sitaphal/kaddu) sabzi, Missi roti Sunday Breakfast: Poha, Glass of milk Lunch: Soya granules and potato (aloo) curry, Carrot (gajar) rice Evening snack: Grapes (angoor) Dinner: Vegetable khichdi, Cucumber (kheera) raita Hope this helps.
Answer: Thin is not to mean weak . If baby is playing active means no need to worry . Is baby going underweight .then consult doctor pls .
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